The Mill is open all week for all to call in – except on the following days:

  • Monday 5 June – The Mill is open only in the evening on Mondays  and only for those who have booked to join a particular activity (see below)
  • Thursday 8 June – The Mill is a polling station for the General Election and will be open only for voters – our normal facilities will be closed all day

There are – as always – other activities taking place at The Mill, which are open to newcomers as well as regulars. So – read on for to find out more about these, including contact details of who is organising the activity so you can ask for details of cost and how to join in.

But …  you don’t have to join an activity to call in. Everyone is welcome at The Mill whenever we are open . You can borrow a book from the honesty library, bring your little ones to enjoy all the toys in the playroom, make a cuppa and have a chat – and browse leaflets, flyers and posters on display to  find out what else is going on throughout Waltham Forest. There’s always someone on reception to welcome you and give more information.

All week (except Monday and Thursday)

Our latest exhibition of artworks by local artists is part of the E17 Art Trail 2017. The exhibition has the theme of ‘Wonder’ so drop-in to view works in all media by local creatives showing what they find ‘curious and awe-inspiring’.

Monday 5 June

The Mill is closed on Mondays except for those who have booked to join:

6pm-7pm – Gentle Yoga. To find our more and book a place  email to Josetta.

7pm-8.30pm – Ashtanga Yoga – To find our more and book a place  email to Josetta.

Tuesday 6 June

10am-12pm – Real Coffee @ The Mill – call in for the best (and cheapest) coffee in Walthamstow. Just £1 a cup + free home-made cantucci (almond biscotti).

4pm-6pm – Journal to the Self – a four session workshop. For full details – including cost – click here.

4pm-7pm – Community Acupuncture Clinic – For full details of this low-cost acupuncture clinic click here . Booking is essential.

7pm-9pm – Mill Book Club – meets monthly at The Mill. For more information click here.

Wednesday 7 June

1.30pm-2.30pm – Urdu Conversation  – Asima Baig is a qualified experienced Pakistani Urdu teacher. £1 donation to The Mill. For more information emaiAsima or ring  07450 282735

4pm-5.30pm – French and Spanish for children 5-7 years. For more information click here.

6.30pm-8pm – Knitting Drop-In – Suitable for experienced knitters or the complete beginner. Support and teaching where required. Everyone welcome for £1 donation. For more information email – or just come along.

7.30-9pm – Singing Class – for full details click here.

Thursday 8 June

All dayThe Mill is a polling station for the General Election
and normal facilities will be closed all day.

Friday 9 June

10.00am-1pm – Knitting Group – Knitting Drop-In – Suitable for experienced knitters or the complete beginner. Support and teaching where required. Everyone welcome for £1 donation. For more information email – or just come along.

10am-2pm – Community Voices – A programme of ESOL, aimed at migrant women of all backgrounds please contact Hilary by email or ring 0207 2756750

2pm-4.15pm – Bongalong – Fun music sessions for under 5s and their carers together. For full details click here.

7.30-9pm – Singing Class – for full details click here.

Saturday 10 June

11.00am-12pm – High Street Ward Councillor Surgery. On the second Saturday of each month one of the three High Street Ward Councillors holds a surgery at The Mill. Contact one of the councillors if you would like to attend:

Liaquat Ali: cllr.liaquat.ali@walthamforest.gov.uk

Raja Anwar: cllr.raja.anwar@walthamforest.gov.uk

Clare Coghill: cllr.clare.coghill@walthamforest.gov.uk

Sunday 11 June

10.30am-11.30am – Stay, Play and Protest. For full details  click here.

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